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Chhavi Parakh answered 2 weeks ago
In this case kadarnath promises gorie Mohammed tht he would pay for the repairs of mosque which was managed by gorie
later he refuses to pay the consideration promised stating there was no consideration for him
court declared tht in such cases there is no requirement for the consideration.
court also declared tht if gorie has invested some amount for the repairs after kadarnath promise.then gorie can claim only the amount he invested but if gorie had not invested any amount he cannot claim any amount from kadarnath

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